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Should be addressed by the theory, even though such "expressive" aggression is not a directed goal response .... Further the requirement that aggression be a goal response also disqualified from theoretical consideration "instrumental" actions, that are not driven by an aggressive instigation but that nonetheless may have injurious consequences for those to whom they are directed .... [And finally,] ... in avoiding mentalistic assumptions, the frustration-aggression hypothesis failed to take account of cognitive factors in aggression; the objective concepts in the theory cannot deal with effects that are based on the meaning of the frustration.
If the past research on aggression is to be used as a basis for explaining antinormative actions, new research will need to establish the validity of doing so. This new research may of necessity have to be performed outside the laboratory, given the difficulty of eliciting antinormative conduct from subjects who know they are under surveillance. It seems likely that in the future we will need to stress norms, systems of justification, and excuses and the role of emotions, attributions of intent, and the labeling of actions and actors, as well as social power, when explaining the use of threats and punishments.
The degree to which the superior would act on the complaints and actually instigate punishment was varied, i. , a complete (appropriate), partial, or no retaliation would occur before a new confrontation took place with the aggressor. The investiga- Individual Differences and Aggressive Interactions 37 tion (Zumkley, 1978) assessed individual male subjects who were assigned to the experimental groups (N = 17 for each group), matched according to scores on the aggressiveness scale of the Freiburger Personlichkeitsinventar [Freiburg Personality Inventory (FPI)].
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